ANCESTOR APPROVED INTERTRIBAL STORIES FOR KIDS BY CYNTHIA LEITICH SMITH This book is a collection of stories and poems by Native writers written for 8-12 year olds. Some of the stories intersect as families plan for, travel, and attend a powwow in Michigan. Enjoy the themes of friendship, heritage, culture, trust, strength, pride, and family as you hear the stories come alive told by different voices. This book is available (free) on Hoopla as an audiobook, or at Hipocampo Childrens Books. The book study runs from July 5th until August 4th. You must register by July 4th to receive credit. While most of the course is asynchronous (on your own time) there is a mandatory VIRTUAL ZOOM meeting on August 4th from 1-2:30. Participants will receive 2.5 CTLE Credits.
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